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03 Mar 2017 Friday Five - March 3, 2017 [61118]
Red Hat, March 3rd, 2017

The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.

  • Red Hat Helps Enterprises Embrace DevOps at Scale with Ansible Tower 3.1
  • Red Hat Blog - Ansible Container named a Black Duck Open Source Rookie of the Year
  • Singapore's MyRepublic Deploys Red Hat OpenStack Platform to Power its Cloud
  • ComputerWeekly.com - Mobile World Congress 2017: Altice virtualises global network with Cisco, Red Hat
  • Forbes - With Its Recent Outage, Amazon Web Services Is Helping To Sell Hybrid IT

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02 Mar 2017 Cisco and Docker Team to Modernize Cloud and Data Center Application Environments [61125]
Cisco, March 2nd, 2017

Companies to Provide Validated Docker Solutions on Cisco UCS and Container Automation with Open Source Cisco Contiv

Cisco and Docker Inc. announced a strategic alliance for worldwide engineering, sales and support to deliver essential container capabilities for application-centric data center and cloud infrastructure.

Customers can modernize applications using Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) with Docker Datacenter, and deliver them securely and efficiently across Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and Cisco validated Converged Infrastructure solutions with Cisco partners. Cisco and Docker will deliver unified and certified solutions for the entire application journey, whether organizations are containerizing traditional applications, refactoring applications to microservices, or creating new applications. Docker EE with Docker Datacenter running on Cisco UCS will provide application developers a seamless way to deploy, iterate, re-deploy, and monitor applications onto production infrastructure.
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02 Mar 2017 CIOs Warming To Software-Defined Storage: SUSE [61168]
CXOtoday.com, March 2nd, 2017

The data storage market is undergoing a period of rapid change. Hence, traditional enterprise storage strategies are not keeping up with the exponential growth of business data and are under the microscope in 70 percent of IT organizations, according to a study.

Open source storage company, SUSE, commissioned a study of over 1,200 senior IT decision makers across 11 countries including India in July and August of 2016. The study has a significant focus on software-defined storage as businesses are seeking to transform their environments and capitalize on opportunities that the digital era has to offer for this year and the next.
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01 Mar 2017 Nexenta Solutions Now Docker Certified Enabling Persistent Storage for Container-Converged Infrastructure and Applications [61158]
Nexenta, March 1st, 2017

Docker Volume Plugins for NexentaStor and NexentaEdge Available in the Docker Store

Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), announced its Nexenta Volume Plugins, for both NexentaStor and NexentaEdge, have been accepted as part of the Docker Certification Program, a framework for partners to integrate and certify their technology to the Docker Enterprise Edition commercial platform. The Nexenta Volume Plugins support high performance file systems storage for Docker containers and are currently available to download on the new Docker Store.
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01 Mar 2017 Study: 70 Percent of Companies Worldwide Increasingly Worried About Cost, Performance and Complexity of Traditional Data Storage [61167]
SUSE, March 1st, 2017

Vast majority of respondents say they will be moving to a software-defined storage strategy within the next 12 months

Traditional enterprise storage strategies may not be keeping up with the exponential growth of business data and are under the microscope in 70 percent of IT organizations, according to a study commissioned and released by enterprise open source infrastructure solution provider SUSE.

The study found the vast majority of companies have revised their storage approach and strategy in the last 12 months due to frustrations associated with storage costs, performance, complexity and fragmentation of existing solutions. And a majority of them are looking at software-defined storage to help bridge the gap.
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